Thursday, December 3, 2020
Vegetarianism has been associated with heart healthiness for years, Vegetarian diets have been part of the Chinese way of life for same 3,000 years, originally created within the serene Buddhist monasteries of ancient China. Most people became vegetarians for purely religious reasons.

Now however, evidence show that more people are becoming vegetarians for health rather than religious reasons. The negative consequences of eating meat include arterial sclerosis, heart disease, high blood pressure, encephalemia, stroke, gall stone, cirrhosis of the liver and cancer, all links to animal fat and cholesterol.

As we always strive to bring to our customers the best, healthiest, and most popular foods, worldwide. We are pleased to announce that we also offer brown rice. Brown rice is universally recognized as one of the world's healthiest foods. It's nutritions values have long been praised by health experts around the world.



"China" in English has two meanings, China as a country and china as porcelain. Western have linked the countery of China with porcelain since a long time ago, because the technique of manufacturing porcelain was originally invented in China. Porcelain was developed on the basis of pottery. If calculated from the appearance of the primitive porcelain in Shang Dynasty, it has a history of about 3,000 years.

The techniques of manufacturing porcelain have developed repidly since Eastern Han Dynasty (25 - 220). Famous kilns producing porcelain products with unique feature, and new pottery, porcelain varieties constantly came forth in subsequent dynasties. Celadon manufactured in Yue Kiln of Zhejiang province and white porcelain produced in Xing Kiln of Hebei province in Tang Dynasty are very precious. White porcelain of Ding Kiln in Hebei province, Jun porcelain of Jun Kiln in Henan province, and celadon of Longquan Kiln in Zhejiang province in Song Dynasty are all priceless treasure. After Song Dynasty, celadon wares produced by Longquan Kiln in Zhejiang began to be exported abroad. Istanbul Museum in Turkey alone has a collection of more than 1,000 pieces of celadon wares made in the Longquan Kiln in Song, Yuan and early Ming dynasties.

After Yuan Dynasty, porcelain industry rose swiftly in Jingdezhen of Jiangxi province, which became known as the Capital of Porcelain. Porcelain ware of Jingdezhen is light and artful in weight, refined and exquisite in design. The most precious items include Blue and White Porcelain, Colored Porcelain. Exquisite Blue and White porcelain and Eggshell Porcelain. A famous navigator named Zhenghe of Ming Dynasty sailed seven times across the oceans to many countries in Southeast Asia and Africa. Most of the commodities he took with him were Blue and White Porcelain wares.

The later developed ceramics in Liling of Hnan province, Tangshan of Hebei province, Shiwan of Guangdong province, Zibo of Shandong province, are also well-known for their respective feature.

Chinese porcelain wares are not only daily handy neccessities, but also precious arts and crafts. From Han and Tang dynasties, Chinese porcelian wares and their manufacturing techniques gradually spread all over the world. Today, China continues to create new varieties of precious porcelain wares.

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